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Classic Rock 102 9

Classic Rock 102 9

The Valleys only original Classic Rock Station, With new music from classic artists and a showcase for local rock bands.

Mark BoneJust so know, today only, from 12:00 noon to 4pm, only , ALL BEEF hot dogs, and bacon dogs ready to eat for you at the Grocery Outlet. It's an event for the Whitman Elementary school Food Pantry. 100% of their profits go to the Feed The Need program, here in Lewiston. So Dog Up today at Grocery Outlet!!!

3 days ago

    Mark BoneHere are your 5 random facts. The Hump day edition.


    1. If minimum wage had grown at the same rate as Wall Street bonuses, it would be $33-an-hour today.


    2. Cul-de-sac literally translates to "butt of the bag" in French.


    3. There are now more than 7,400 breweries in the U.S. In 1979, there were 90.


    4. There's a rare type of watermelon with a solid black rind that grows on an island called Hokkaido in Japan. They're called Densuke watermelons . . . only about 10,000 are produced every year . . . and they sell for an average of $250.


    5. It takes about two-and-a-half pounds of grapes just to make one bottle of wine.

    2 weeks ago

      Mark BoneWell, it looks like PAMELA ANDERSON picked another winner! After two years with French soccer star ADIL RAMI, she now says he was physically and emotionally abusive . . . and he cheated on her.


      In an Instagram post yesterday, she said he was living a "double life" with another woman, and called him a MONSTER.


      She added, quote, "How could I have helped so many people and not be wise enough or able to help myself." She also tagged the National Domestic Violence Hotline.


      And in a subsequent comment, she accused him of, quote, "physical and emotional torture." She added, quote, "I did try to leave 10 times. Every time he chased me to say he'd die without me. He'd go to therapy. He wouldn't hurt me again."


      Rami replied with a post of his own, saying he's NOT cheating . . . he's just trying to maintain a "lasting relationship" with his ex for the sake of their twin boys, who were born in 2016.

      2 weeks ago

        Mark BoneHere are your 5 Random Facts, the Friday edition...


        1. Oranges are usually sold in red net bags because it makes the color of the fruit look brighter.


        2. Vermont was a British territory until the Revolutionary War. After that, in 1777, it became its own independent country called the Vermont Republic. It finally joined the U.S. as the 14th state in 1791 . . . the first state that wasn't one of the original colonies.


        3. "SpongeBob SquarePants" was created by a guy named Stephen Hillenburg . . . who had degrees in both animation AND marine biology.


        4. The Internet as we know it is just around 11,000 days old.


        5. The city of Dallas was founded by a guy named John Bryan, who named it after his friend Dallas. Only, no one knows exactly who that "Dallas" was.

        3 weeks ago

          Mark Bone

          3 weeks ago

            Mark BoneFirst day of Summer, Jagershot Friday, and, as you can tell by the photo, national Selfie day! (Do I have the‘ trout pout’ down, or what!!!)

            Got a Puretone hearing aid sponsored Trifecta coming up today, @ 7:20, that catches us up and we will get to new ones from listeners on Monday. Call and see how Pure Tone can help you. Pure Tone Hearing Aid Services in Lewiston ‪208 746 6068‬.

            Also the Rock Report at 6:45, this date in history at 7:45, and 8 and 9:45 we go to the news desk and abuse Lindsay Lohan, among others.

            It’s all brought to you bu the BRN sponsor, Canna 4 Life! Stop into Canna4Life. Open 7 days a week. Medically Endorsed. Canna4Life 721 6th street in Clarkston.

            Now let’s get those first day of summer Gin and Tonics, those Friday Jagershots ready, and kick this Friday in the butt!

            3 weeks ago

              Mark BoneHere are todays 5 random facts for you . . .


              1. The producers of "Deadpool" had to pay $10,000 for Ryan Reynolds to be able to wear a T-shirt with Bea Arthur's face on it in the movie.


              2. Only one Major League Baseball player has ever committed suicide during the season. A catcher for the Cincinnati Reds named Willard Hershberger killed himself in August of 1940 . . . right in the middle of a bad hitting slump.


              3. There are 10 U.S. military bases named after Confederate generals and leaders: Fort Lee . . . Fort Hood . . . Fort Benning . . . Fort Gordon . . . Fort Bragg . . . Fort Polk . . . Fort Pickett . . . Fort A.P. Hill . . . Fort Rucker . . . and Camp Beauregard.


              4. Even though it sounds Japanese, Sudoku was invented in France in the late 19th century. It got its name when a company in Japan started publishing the puzzles and called them "Sudoku" in 1986.


              5. "The 12 Days of Christmas" is about the 12 days AFTER Christmas, not before. They end on January 6th, which is a holiday called the Feast of the Epiphany.

              1 month ago

                Mark BoneThe Canna 4 Life folks on 6th proud to present yet another great day of rock here at the Bone Radio Network!

                Got a Puretone hearing aid Trifecta coming up at 7:20,

                The Rock Report, at 6:45 featuring a bob Dylan story and a in concert from the company that is slowly killing off radio as you know it,

                This day in rock history at 7:45,

                And we talk about all manner of useless stuff as we go to the News Desk at 8 and 9:45.

                And ,as always, if you need something I can help you out with, our phone # is 743-0289.

                Now lets crank that volume knob!

                1 month ago

                  Mark BoneHere are your 5 random facts, the Thursday edition....


                  1. Molly Ringwald wanted Viggo Mortensen to be in "Sixteen Candles" . . . because he actually kissed her during the audition and she said it made her, quote, "weak in the knees." But the part went to Michael Schoeffling instead.


                  2. Slavery is now illegal in every single country in the world . . . Western Sahara was the last country to make it a crime, in 2010.


                  3. There's a federal law that bans living people from being featured on any currency.


                  4. The opposite of Stockholm syndrome is "Lima syndrome." That's when kidnappers wind up sympathizing with their hostages.


                  5. The jockstrap was invented in 1874 for bike messengers . . . they needed something for protection when they rode around the cobblestone streets in Boston.

                  1 month ago

                    Mark BoneAnother great day of music here on the Bone Radio Network, with our sponsor Canna 4 Life. Stop into Canna4Life. Open 7 days a week. Medically Endorsed. Canna4Life 721 6th street in Clarkston.

                    Thursday means pet of the week with Abby from the LC Animal Shelter, brought to you by Loris Proffit at Century 21. Are you looking for a particular home? Let Loris put you on her shopping list! Sometimes she knows about what’s coming up and can get you in before it hits the market! Let’s get pending with Profitt!

                    And of course the great people at Puretone hearing aids bring you a R&R Trifecta, my friend Michael has sent his request inn by mail, so you can guess it’s gonna be a great blues hat trick!

                    We also go to the Rock Report, This Day in Rock History, and we lambaste EVERYONE at the news desk!

                    Let’s do this thing of ours!

                    1 month ago

                      Mark BoneHere are todays 5 random facts for you . . .


                      1. Aviator sunglasses were created by Bausch & Lomb in the 1930s for the U.S. Army Air Corps.


                      2. Paul McCartney wouldn't let "Weird Al" Yankovic do a parody of "Live and Let Die" called "Chicken Pot Pie" . . . because he didn't want to promote eating meat.


                      3. There are more $2 bills in circulation right now than $100 bills.


                      4. Kiribati is the only country in the world that's in all four hemispheres. It's made up of islands in the Pacific Ocean that are on both sides of the two lines that divide the world into hemispheres: The International Date Line and the equator.


                      5. Al Pacino didn't win an Oscar until his eighth nomination . . . Best Actor for "Scent of a Woman" in 1993. And he hasn't been nominated since. Not even for his role in Adam Sandler's "Jack and Jill".

                      1 month ago

                        Mark BoneThe fine folk at Canna 4 Life, our sponsors here at the Bone Radio Network, are helping us with another great day of rock and roll music! Drop by Canna4Life for the largest selection of flower, cartridges, lotions, edibles and more! Open 7 days a week!! Canna4Life. 721 6th Street in Clarkston. Stop by Canna4Life today for the best deals and friendliest budtenders.

                        AC/DC, Bad parts of Iron Maiden and Clapton does a surprising cover. All on the Rock Report at 6:45,

                        A great trifecta at 7:20 from the people at Puretone hearing aids. Call and see how Pure Tone can help you. Pure Tone Hearing Aid Services in Lewiston ‪208 746 6068‬.

                        Some cool stuff on this date in rock history at 7:45,

                        And we trash talk a bunch of stuff at the news desk at 8 and 9:45.

                        So let’s spin this web of ROCK AND ROLL!!!

                        1 month ago

                          Mark BoneHere are some random facts for you . . .


                          1. The guy who created the "Baby on Board" signs made millions from them . . . and doesn't have kids.


                          2. The most dangerous job in America is . . . President of the United States. 9% of them have been killed while they had the job . . . four out of 45. The next highest death rate on the job is loggers, at 0.13%.


                          (Another four presidents died of natural causes while in office so if you count those, the death rate on the job is closer to 18%.)


                          3. When "The Simpsons" debuted in 1989, Bart was nine and Homer was 36. If the characters actually aged, Bart would be older today than Homer was then.


                          4. The first ever NBA game was held in Canada. On November 1st, 1946, the New York Knickerbockers played an old team called the Toronto Huskies in Toronto.


                          5. Helen Keller wasn't born blind or deaf. She lost her sight and hearing to a disease when she was one-and-a-half. It was diagnosed as "brain fever" . . . but it was most likely scarlet fever or meningitis

                          1 month ago

                            Mark BoneGot another awesome day of Rock ahead here on the Bone Radio Network, brought to you by Canna 4 Life!. Super friendly staff and will answer all your seemingly beginner questions. They have the patience and experience to help you out . On 6th st in Clarkston

                            Mick Jager and Adam Lambert on the Rock Report at 6:45,

                            A great trifecta at 7:20, brought to you by Puretone hearing aids in Lewiston. Call and see how Pure Tone can help you. Pure Tone Hearing Aid Services in Lewiston ‪208 746 6068‬.

                            Ernie K.Doe On this date in Rock History at 7:45. (go ahead...just try to guess the song...)

                            We get to the News Desk @ 8 and 9:45, with yet another chance for me to use my redneck voice! There’s a reason that that flag is decommissioned...

                            Sooooo...LET’S ROCK!!!

                            1 month ago

                              Mark BoneHere are some random facts for you . . .


                              1. A&W tried to one-up McDonald's in the '80s by selling a third-pound burger, but it flopped . . . because Americans didn't realize a third-pound burger was bigger than a Quarter Pounder.


                              2. The three largest countries in North America are Canada . . . the United States . . . and Greenland.


                              3. Billy Joel's song "Allentown" was originally called "Levittown" . . . after a town on Long Island, New York next to where he grew up. He changed it to Allentown when he decided to focus it on the fading steel industry in Pennsylvania.


                              4. In early drafts of "Star Wars", Yoda had a first name: Minch.


                              5. The reason Under Armour spells its name "a-r-m-o-u-r" is because the founder thought that would make for a cooler toll free phone number. He wanted 1-888-4-ARMOUR, not 1-888-44-ARMOR.

                              1 month ago

                                Mark BoneAnother great start to the week here at the Bone Radio Network! Brought to you by those fine young folks at Canna 4 Life, on 6th st in Clarkston!

                                Stevie Nicks. Bon Jovi, and the duet you’ve been waiting for from Elton "Johns" on the Rock Report at 6:45

                                Great moments today in rock history, at 7:45, as well as a R&R trifecta from Puretone hearing aids at 7:20,

                                And everyone is under the gun at the news desk at 8 and 9:45.

                                Now let’s get our Rock and Roll on!

                                1 month ago

                                  Mark BoneToday’s Five Random Facts1. The Wednesday Edition


                                  1. There are only a handful of mammals that can't jump, like elephants, sloths, hippos, and rhinos. (And white men, if you believe the movie.)


                                  2. T.G.I. Friday's started as a bar in New York City in 1965. The guy who created it just wanted a place to meet women.


                                  3. Before 1845, there was no national election date . . . each state just had to hold voting at some point between the beginning of November and the first Wednesday in December.


                                  4. "Charlie's Angels" was originally going to be called "The Alley Cats".


                                  5. The name "California" comes from a Spanish novel from the 1500s. It was the name of an island paradise, quote, "inhabited by black women without a single man among them."

                                  2 months ago

                                    Mark BoneAnother great day here at the Bone Radio Network!

                                    The meat is injured! That and more on the Rock Report at 6:45,

                                    ABBA, Paul McCartney and Vangellis, had stuff happen on this date in Rock History @ 7:45,

                                    And at the news desk, @ 8 and 9:45 we talk about the annual catholic conference on Excorcism! Among other stuff.

                                    And the Puretone hearing aid people bring you another fab trifecta at 7:20

                                    The whole thing brought to you this morning by our sponsor Canna 4 Life, Looking for the best cannabis deals in the Valley? Canna4Life carries the widest selection of products and always has amazing deals! Come in and see for yourself!! The budtenders at Canna4Life love to help you save money so you're sure to get the most bang for your hard earned buck.

                                    Now, lets rock!

                                    2 months ago

                                      Mark BoneAnother great week starts out here at the BRN! Thanks for being with us, and thanks to our sponsor Canna 4 Life! Great people who work there with a phenomenal amount of knowledge about cannabis!

                                      4NR, Motley Crue and Elton John talks about his kids on the Rock Report at 6:45 this morning,

                                      The longest title of an album ever hit the world today in 72. That album, and more, on This Date in Rock History @ 7:45,

                                      We talk about current stuff at the news desk at 8 & 9:45

                                      And Puretone hearing aids brings us another great trifecta this morning at 7:20! (Why wasn’t I betting on the ponies over the weekend!?!?!)

                                      Now...let’s get this week off to a rocking start!

                                      2 months ago

                                        Mark BoneAnother great week starts out here at the BRN! Thanks for being with us, and thanks to our sponsor Canna 4 Life! Great people who work there with a phenomenal amount of knowledge about cannabis!

                                        4NR, Motley Crue and Elton John talks about his kids on the Rock Report at 6:45 this morning,

                                        The longest title of an album ever hit the world today in 72. That album, and more, on This Date in Rock History @ 7:45,

                                        We talk about current stuff at the news desk at 8 & 9:45

                                        And Puretone hearing aids brings us another great trifecta this morning at 7:20! (Why wasn’t I betting on the ponies over the weekend!?!?!)

                                        Now...let’s get this week off to a rocking start!

                                        2 months ago

                                          Mark BoneAnother great week starts out here at the BRN! Thanks for being with us, and thanks to our sponsor Canna 4 Life! Great people who work there with a phenomenal amount of knowledge about cannabis!

                                          4NR, Motley Crue and Elton John talks about his kids on the Rock Report at 6:45 this morning,

                                          The longest title of an album ever hit the world today in 72. That album, and more, on This Date in Rock History @ 7:45,

                                          We talk about current stuff at the news desk at 8 & 9:45

                                          And Puretone hearing aids brings us another great trifecta this morning at 7:20! (Why wasn’t I betting on the ponies over the weekend!?!?!)

                                          Now...let’s get this week off to a rocking start!

                                          2 months ago

                                            Mark BoneAnother great week starts out here at the BRN! Thanks for being with us, and thanks to our sponsor Canna 4 Life! Great people who work there with a phenomenal amount of knowledge about cannabis!

                                            4NR, Motley Crue and Elton John talks about his kids on the Rock Report at 6:45 this morning,

                                            The longest title of an album ever hit the world today in 72. That album, and more, on This Date in Rock History @ 7:45,

                                            We talk about current stuff at the news desk at 8 & 9:45

                                            And Puretone hearing aids brings us another great trifecta this morning at 7:20! (Why wasn’t I betting on the ponies over the weekend!?!?!)

                                            Now...let’s get this week off to a rocking start!

                                            2 months ago

                                              Mark BoneAnother great week starts out here at the BRN! Thanks for being with us, and thanks to our sponsor Canna 4 Life! Great people who work there with a phenomenal amount of knowledge about cannabis!

                                              4NR, Motley Crue and Elton John talks about his kids on the Rock Report at 6:45 this morning,

                                              The longest title of an album ever hit the world today in 72. That album, and more, on This Date in Rock History @ 7:45,

                                              We talk about current stuff at the news desk at 8 & 9:45

                                              And Puretone hearing aids brings us another great trifecta this morning at 7:20! (Why wasn’t I betting on the ponies over the weekend!?!?!)

                                              Now...let’s get this week off to a rocking start!

                                              2 months ago

                                                Mark BoneClearly I cannot be disturbed in this photo because I am waaayyyy too busy.

                                                3 months ago

                                                  Mark BoneWe are back at to for another great week of, well frankly, everything here at the BRN!

                                                  Kansas, the Doobs and a whole lotta The Who on the Rock Report at 6:45,

                                                  That no good Rob Pilates on this day in Rock at 7:45

                                                  And we pick apart everyone at the news desk at8 and 9:45,

                                                  Plus the folks at Puretone hearing aids bring you another great Rock and Roll Trifecta at 7:20, 746-6068

                                                  Now let’s get on with this business of kicking Monday in the ass!!!

                                                  3 months ago

                                                    Mark BoneAnother great day in front of us here at the BRN! Got a trifecta today that is part 80TH birthday and part off the charts 770s songs. Brought to you by Puretone hearing aids. We go to the news desk to burn people at 8 and 9:45, this date in rock history at 7:45 and some Mick Jagger updates for you at 6:45 on the Rock Report. And the whole 4 hours ,brought to you by Canna 4 Life! Now let’s go get that great classic rock underway!

                                                    3 months ago

                                                      Mark BoneTuesday, March 19th, 2019

                                                      Former Ozzy Osbourne Guitarist Bernie Tormé Dead At 66
                                                      Former Ozzy Osbourne guitarist Bernie Tormé has died at the age of 66.
                                                      Tormé's family confirmed the news, saying, "Bernie Tormé passed away peacefully on the 17th March 2019, one day short of his 67th birthday, surrounded by his family."
                                                      "He had been on life support for the past four weeks at a London hospital following post-flu complications.," the family added. "Bernie will be remembered for dedicating his life to his music for five decades. He will be sorely missed."

                                                      Ringo Starr Working On New Album
                                                      Beatles legend Ringo Starr is reportedly back in the studio recording a new album.
                                                      "He has been working on a new record for a few months," a representative for Ringo said in an email to Billboard. However, no official release date has been announced yet.
                                                      .

                                                      Pete Townshend Taking Vacation From Working On New Who Album
                                                      The Who guitarist and principal songwriter Pete Townshend is taking a break from working on the rock band's upcoming studio album to enjoy some rest and relaxation.

                                                      3 months ago

                                                        Mark BoneNational Laugh Day! And welcome to it here T the BRN, we hope you laugh at least a little this morning! Rock report today at6:45, Rory and roll history on this date at 7l45, and we rake EVERYONE over the coals at the Bone Radio Network News Desk at 8 and 9:45. And it’s all bright to you by the folks at Calla 4 Life on 6th in Clarkston. Also a R&R Trifecta coming up at 7:20 this morning from the folks at Puretone Hearing Aids, 1850 Idash St.

                                                        Now let’s get to this rock business!

                                                        3 months ago